Registration for the Fall 2020 semester at Crafton Hills College is now open, with classes beginning on Monday, Aug. 17.

Campus will remain closed to the public until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Most classes have transitioned to an online format to accommodate the safest measure of learning possible. However, there will be a few classes that require hands-on learning, including some science and career offerings, and will be offered in a hybrid online and in-person format.

To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, in-person classes will ensure proper social distancing, require face coverings, and employ increased sanitization of rooms following each face-to-face meeting.

For student service facilities such as the bookstore and library, sneeze guards have been installed and face shields will be worn by employees.

The college has Chromebooks and hotspots available for students to check out free of charge to ensure students can participate in the on-line course format and continue their education.

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